A handful of blue Engrams ended up in the Xbox One version of the Destiny 2 beta, even though they weren’t supposed to feature at all. The game’s Strike, The Inverted Spire, will drop Glimmer and blue Engrams upon its full release,

The Desitny 2 beta — extended until Wednesday, by the way — provided a chance to check out the game’s first new social space, The Farm. The problem? The chance was offered between 3.00 am to 4.00 am AEST this morning. Isn’t

The Destiny 2 beta is fast approaching, so we thought it prudent to gather up all we know about the affair. Consider us your own personal Ghost as we detail the beta below. Starting times The beta is now live on Xbox

The Destiny 2 open beta has been extended to Wednesday here in Australia, Bungie has confirmed. The beta — meant to finish at 4.00 am AEST today, has been extended until 11.00 am AEST on Wednesday, 26 July. The only caveat is

Update: We’ve sourced UI-less artwork. It’s included below. Original story: The Destiny 2 beta is fleeting — it only lasts for a couple days and when it’s gone, so too are the Guardians you’ve built up inside it. Players should take heart, then, knowing that

The Destiny 2 beta is now available to all those who’ve pre-ordered on Xbox One and PS4, and we’ve details on how to obtain all in-beta armour. Let’s get straight to it, shall we? Warlock Armour Ego Talon IV armour: This is

If you’ve been following our Destiny 2 beta guide, you know there are three Exotic weapons included for testing. The question is, how do you get your hands on ’em? The answer is simple, really: create three characters. The beta’s single campaign

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On this episode of The GAP Luke Lawrie (Stevivor) and Joab Gilroy (Red Bull Games) talk about the Hearthstone Spring Championship in Shanghai, China. They also discuss the games they’ve been playing which includes Dead Cells, Hearthstone and PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds. Over

Destiny 2 PC players will be twiddling their thumbs while their counterparts on Xbox One and PS4 get to take part in a beta later in the month — but thankfully, they’ve a little task they can undertake to still feel

The Destiny 2 beta is now available to pre-load for those who’ve pre-ordered the main game on Xbox One and PS4. Those who’ve pre-ordered the game digitally should be able to head to their PS4 or Xbox One and search for

Destiny 2‘s Control mode will see some changes, developer Bungie has confirmed. In a recent IGN First segment, Bungie revealed that Control matches will start with each team in control of one of the map’s three points. This is a

Speaking with IGN, Bungie has said it hopes Destiny 2 fans complain about the abundance of story content within the upcoming game. Senior Narrative Lead, Jason Harris, and Cinematic Lead, Matthew Ward, both conceded story was something the original Destiny 2

We’ve closer looks at Destiny 2‘s new Sentinel Titan and Voidwalker Warlock subclasses alongside the new Endless Veil Crucible map, thanks to IGN. IGN First shared videos on all three topics. You can check them out below. First, the Sentinel Titan.

Update: PlayStation Australia has confirmed the bundle in our region. Like Europe, pricing wasn’t provided. We’ve gone back asking for further details. Original story: A white PS4 Pro will soon be available as part of a bundle with the upcoming

Destiny players on Xbox 360 and PS3 will need to import their characters to Xbox One and PS4 if they’d like legacy emblems inside Destiny 2. Developer Bungie confirmed the news as part of its weekly update, saying the import must be